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INDUSTRIAL 
ILLUMINATION 



FRONT COVER 

Night exterior of the Cronipton Compmny's 
C'AU-Weather'') Corduroy Mill, Crompton. 
Rhode Island, oldest mar^ufacturers of cordu- 
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SECTION OF THE TORPEDO SHOP 

E.W. BLISS COMPANY 

BOROL'GH OF Brookx-vt^. NE^v York 





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^^oopcr Hcw,tt Lamps installed in the Bliss Shops. Torpedoes 
and shclU for the United Slate, and Foreign armies and navies were manufactured 
under "Better Than Da>**ght ' conditions. 



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N the ordnance plant, a section of which is shown above, parts of recoil mechanisms for howitzers were 
machined, assembled, inspected and tested. Twelve acres of floor space are illuminated by 1750 
Cooper Hewitt Lamps. An additional 1000 lamps are lighting their motor plant in such departments as 
Machine shops, Press buildings, Die shops, Body Finishing, and Inspecting departments. 



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MACHINE SECTION 



Toi*ei>o,Ohio,U.S.A . 





npHE machmc srcnons arc m operation day and night and the quality and quantity of work is the 
1 «in.c onl . sh.ft. Part, for 125.000 spark plugs arc machmed in thi. .,ct,on da.ly. Hghted 
thruoui v...h Cooper Hew >tt Lamp.. Th.s ,s the largest spark plug factory in the world. Four-fifths of 
.11 the .Molme motors ,n '-s country are equipped with Champ.on Spark Plugs when they leave the 
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The Liberty Machine Tool Co 

HIGH GRADE MACHINE TOOLS 

HAMILTON, OHIO, U. S. A. 



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THIS is where ''Quality Planers" are manufactured. This plant has been adjudged '*one of the best 
lighted machine tool plants in the United States". The management state that "when working two full 
shifts the night production was fully equal to the daylight production," 



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INCINNATI Millers and Universal Cutter Grinders are well known in every shop. No effort has 
been spared to secure the best equipment, therefore the plant is illuminated by over 350 Cooper 
Hewitt Lamps at an average of 1.3 watts per square foot. 



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THE Chief Tester says: "More motors are tested and fewer adjusters are required since 'Better than daylight' 
lamps have been put in service." The Electrical Engineer says: "The light from the Cooper Hewitt Lamp 
penetrates the smoke and vapor, lighting up all parts of the engines/' Many other departments in this plant are 
equipped with Cooper Hewitt Lamps- 



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HIS installation was designed to cover bench work and floor attcmbly without any drop hghls and has ac- 
coinplished its purpose" This layout typifi' , ticular phaie of illumination, i. c, having the lamps at 
a normal height in a department with a high ceiling and crane rails. It will be seen that there is ample light and 
no dark ■ adowt above the crane rail, while below the illumination and diffusion are perfect. All this, with a 
current c umption of .75 of a watt per square foot. 



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HE Ford Motor Co. is so well known, little can be said except that this company was among the 
first automobile manufacturers to recognize the value of the quality of the Cooper Hewitt Lamp. 
Today 10,000 lamps are illuminating the various departments of this Company, 



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THE r.k.LeBlond Machine Tool Co. 



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THE above photograph shows the assembhng of lathes, 78 feet long, used for 
cutting the bores in large guns. Over 400 Cooper Hewitt Lamps are illuminating 
these shops to "better than daylight" conditions. 



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M oTo R Products C o r p o r ATio ]y 



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• •'^ I ^HE Cooper Hewitt lighting system which we are using throughout our plant is giving entire satisfaction. 
X Cooper Hewitt Lamps produce a steady light without shadow and have increased our production 
very materially over the system which they replaced." (Signed) ROY R. SEELEY, Production Manager, 
The Motor Products Corporation manufactures parts for motors and bodies for automobiles. They are 
lighting their entire plant with 1200 Cooper Hewitt Lamps. 



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THREE years ago 24 Type F Cooper Hewitt Lamps were placed in the above department, 
the entire plant is illuminated by Cooper Hewitt Lamps. Mr. F. P. Johnson, the President, states 



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The operators are well pleased with the lighting and the Cooper Hewitt System has proven satisfactory 



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HE Textile Industry is one to which the Cooper Hewitt Lamp is peculiarly adapted. The above 
rphotograph shows the weave shed in the worsted department of the Pacific Mills. One 
200 watt Cooper Hewitt Lamp is placed over every five looms. This method was adopted after 10 years 
use of Cooper Hewitt Lamps. Due to the restful green color of this light the eye is enabled to distinguish 
the finest detail in the manipulation of cloth, with a total absence of eye strain. 



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SPINNING DEPARTMENT 



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Crompton, R. I. 



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IN thr above mill it hat been dcmoostraied 
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are hghted by two T^^ c P C ^ Hr\fc Lamps eacii. Theae 
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^TVHE above photograph is of one of the leading silk mills in the United States equipped with 
A Cooper Hewitt Lamps to better their working condition and increase their production. The 
photograph is taken in one of the seven silk mills operated by Post & Sheldon, all of which are equipped 
with Cooper Hewitt Lamps. 



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Corporation, 

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DUE to the superior results obtained by the use of Cooper Hewitt Lamps in this mill the expression 
•'BETTER THAN DAYLIGHT" was evolved by the operatives. Today approximately seven 
acres of floor space in this mill are illuminated with Cooper Hewitt Lamps. This Company is the largest 
Silk Company in the United States, if not in the world, and is a splendid example of textile illumination 
with Cooper Hcvv.,; Lamps. 



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General OfRces: 95 River Street Works: Eighth and Grand Streets 

HOBOKEN, N. J. 



DISTRICT SALES OFFICES 



Boston, Mass 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, O 
Cleveland, O- 



Detroit, Mich* 
Loss xln^eles, Cal. 
Milwaukee, Wis- 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa- 



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Syracuse, N. Y. 



161 Summer Street 

Fisher Buihlint^ 

First Nat- Bank Building 

Enigineers Hiiildin$^ 

Ford BuiUliiiu 

Keese En;E^r. Corp. 

■ Security Buildin;^ 



xel Building 



Westinjihoiise Buildin;[^ 
Central Nat- Bank BldjV. 



University Buildiiiji 



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